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December 11, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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“inlay, -__ _-.- irl Scout News Troop 6 Mary Wilson. Scribe 11g; . Brownie troop No. 6 held its on etig Tuesday at the Bordeaux 31 it ‘1 001. They practiced Christmas y ‘ " 01s with the Girl Scouts. Four- gas '3 .' girls were present. Joyce their .0e and Joyce Demon brought she. ~‘ treat. Ma ~‘~~-~-~r~~~r ~— ieltOn' . TROOP 1 Shirley Burrell. Scribe Ca he Bordeaux Brownie Troops 82.00] "i with the Bordeaux Girl Scout ORE , i 01) Number 1 on Tuesday after- i to practice Christmas carols. ter the Scouts worked on the ristmas presents for their moth- Buxton Billfolds $1.00 to $7.50 FIR DRUG STORE and you will be if you send these wondrous gifts . To . by Lucien Lelong ‘ " In the holiday spirit, Lucien‘Lelong odors "Christ- Inns Wreath”. Each package oomains five luscioua bottles 0f cologne. A magnificent gift. " $5.50 5‘ Lucien Lclong’s Soap is fra- ‘sl'anced with his perfumes . . . 'nnrvelously smooth and de- unions. Box of 3, 31.25 1% 40¢ * it’s silken soft mu! I fully fragrant, likd “Lucien Lelong. ‘3 To niake‘ her .fecl like "the '1th of the performance”, send l Opening Night” Cologne. It’s {lye}: greeted with cheers. $2 Grand "Impromptu" Per- e is a flattering recognition ,_ er taste. Superb fragrance I notable container. 86.50 Iii-County DHIA tices by Herb ; WflflflarfiefleflflflflWfixflfig December. IT, 1941‘, T. . .-,._.MM M...“ A... in... ,.. . . ll Meets Dec. 17; 1 Thurston County! Members of the Thurston-Mason~ Kitsap' Counties Dairy Herd Im- provement Association will meet December 17, at 10:00 a. m.. at the Brighton Park Grange Hall in Thurston County, reports County} Agent Okerstrom. This hall isl located west of the Olympia air-1 port on the Olympia—Maytown' road about four miles south ofl Olympia. “The program is sponsored by the Extension Service and D.H.I.A. of the three counties and all mem—I bers as well as other dairymenv are urged to attend. Dairying is; a very important enterprise at; this particular time from the. standpoint of national defense and the individual’s benefit. The program will be as follows: I 10:00 a. inf—Opening of the Dairy: Herd Improvement Associtaion meeting by President Earl Baker, in which he will discuss association organization. 10:15 a. m.——Discussion of records and finances of the association by H. M. Wivell, secretary- treasurer of the association. i 10:30 a. m.#-“Uses of Dairy Herd Improvement Records." Allan R. Johnson. County AgriculturalI Agent, and Alton N. Lorang, DHIA tester. 11:15 a. m. “The Dairy Herd Im- provement Association and Its, Work as Related to the National Defense Program." Otto J. Hill, State Extension Dairyman. This will be followed by a discussion of breeding. feeding, and cull- ing led by Dr. Hill. 12:00 noon—eeLunch (potluck). 1:15 p. m.~“Improving Pastures and General Forage Crops," I. M. Ingham. Assistant Extension Agronomist. 1:45 p. nix-«General discussion. 2:00 p. inf-Discussion of the new 1942 AAA recommended prac- Lozicr, Assistant Secretary, Thurston C O'un t y ACA. 2:15 p. l’l’l.-—”DaiI‘V Cattle Feed- ing." Otto J. Hill, State Exten— sion Dairyman. 2:45 p. m.~~—Discussi0n and ques— tion box answers. , 3:30 p. m.—«Adjourn. Rev. Nye Hudson Agent 13} ‘County Rev. George Nye, pastor of the Calvary Pentecostal Church, has been recently appointed Mason County agent for the Hudson Motor Company and is now an authorized distributor of Hudson automobiles here. He recently returned to Shelton after visiting the Hudson factory, driving West a new 1942 Hudson super 6 in which he obtained as high as 20.5 miles to the gallon of gas. .1 as" , -- e... l i Pajamas Socks Ties Hats Goon ON :A ' . MORE THAN 1.600 s H I R TS From to IChOose The “Right Gian" Leather GoOds BUY A (3er CERTlFlCATE .NY MLERClilAN— ‘DlS'E AND LET HIM CHOOSE ms lOWN STYLE AND coma H. Needham Men’s Wear Camp Resident Decorates 1st Outdoor Tree By June. Quartier Camp 3. December 10.~«er. and Mrs. Geo. Clifton have started the Xmas spirit in camp by having a beautifully decorated outdoor Xmas tree with electric lights. During the blackout they turn the lights off and so leave them on during the day. Mr. and Mrs. Billie Mathews were eweekend guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Math- ews. Mrs. Marie Waters and Mrs. Stenbergh were Bremcrton visitors recently. Richard Clifton celebrated his sixth birthday Tuesday evening by having a few of his little friends to a dinner. Those helping him enjoy his pretty birthday cake were Johnnie Drebich, Wayne Stenbergh and Buddy Vaughn. Mrs. C. Gunnof Shelton is visit- ing her daughter, Mrs. A. Ander- . son, this week. Mrs. J. Howell was a visitor in Olympia S aturday. Mrs. S. Hutchinson recently re— turned from a month in California and Reno, Neveda, will spend the winter at the home of her daugh~ ter, Mrs. Norman Hulbert. Mrs. E. Mathews is visiting her son,, Mr. W. T. Mathews, this week. Mrs. Bobby Marshall, who is ill, is staying with her mother, Mrs. Titus, in Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. C. Goodrich enter- tained Mr. and Mrs. William Stevcr and son over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Vaughn spent the weekend at Mrs. Vaughn’s mother, Mrs. Hankins. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hulbert entertained a group of friends at their home Thursday evening. All enjoyed the popcorn and music. Trites Services At 1 o’clock Saturday Funeral rites for Harry Ed» ward ’l‘rites, 40-year resident of Shelton who died at Shelton hos- pital Sunday, will be held Satur- day at one o’clock from Witsier: Funeral Home with Rev. W. E Lambert. pastor of the Four- square Gospel church, conducting. Burial will follow in Odd 'Fel- lows division of Shelton Memorial Park. Brodie Speaker For Women’s Defense Meet Cordinator Doane Brodie of the State Defense Council was the speaker this afternoon at a meet- ing of the National Defense com— mittee of the Mason County Dis- trict Federation of Women's Club in the courthouse. Brodie spoke on the topic, “What Women Can Do In Nation- )al Defense.” >-. 7*",- Sport Shirts ‘SWeaters Jackets Jewelry SHIRTS l l as well as for mere houses, offices, 1‘ and barracks because steel are so scarce.‘ SHELTON-MASON» fLANliY mucus l OUTREACH ll 0 M E CASABA TOSSERSE Dedication (lame Goes to Bremcr—l ton, 47427; Bellaruiine Here { Friday .' ._..—~.~ l Too much altitude in the Brem—i erton Wildcat lineup spoiled Shel—i ton‘s new gym dedication cere—s mony last night, if you want toi figure it on a win and lose basis,‘ but on an over-all consideration, that 4.7 to 27 final tally in favor} of the visitors from the. Navy} Yard wasn‘t as black as it might! seem. l 111 the first place, six-foot, eight- 3 inch Roger Wiley and six-foot,_ two-inch Ed Devaney were simply: too big for the Highclimbers to: handle. along with the ball-con-z trolling that six-foot plus Ray| Volz, Art McCarty, Frank Wright, l Bob Romberg and Joe Stottle-' bower gave the Wildcats. Wiley and Devany between them scored 35 points (the latter missed seven out of eight foul shots else: he would have run up more), while the other lanky lads'on the visit—l ing squad took care of the re- bounds off both baskets pretty, I consistently. Loss of Pair Hurts Then, too, the Highclimber de- fense was weakened seriously by. the loss of Bobby Pearce in the! first half and Ken Fredson early" in the second half on personall fouls. Even so, Shelton made a ball game of it during the first half, even held a 4 to 2 lead early in; the going. and were trailing only: .- 20 to 13 at halftime. The vistors stowed the scrapl away midway thru the third canto 3 when, they staged a nine-pomt spree to move out to a 33—16 margin just? a after Fredson was waved to an early shower. Also, an eight-point spurt to close the game ran the final margin considerany wider than it might have been. sun another thing that sOften— '1 ed the dedication defeat some was the fact that the Highclimbers scored more points than in any other game so far. but Shelton‘s scoring was still left on the shoul- ders of Warren Woods, Who rang, up eleven points and easily couldl have had half again as many with any luck. VVhistlebooters Busy The game was played at a kill- ing pace, was wild and rough with I 44 fouls being whistled by Arbit-l ers Guy McKinney and John Hein- . 5 rich. Shelton was nailed for 23, Bremcrtonl for 21, with each club losing two players and having three others on the brink. The Wildcat kittens scratched the eyes out of the Highclimber seconds, 42 to 10, in the prelimi— nary. Only two baskets were scored by the Shelton scrubs, both by Wes Maulden. The Highclimbcrs will" make a second attempt to hang up their first victory of the year in their brand new bailiwick Friday even- ing when they tackle the roaring Bellarmine Lions, said to be the strongest Bellarmine club in the past ten years. Second teams open the double bill at seven o’clock. . The lineups last night: FIRST TEAMS Bremerton (4’7) Shelton ( (27) Volz .................. ..F .............. .. Loop 2 Devaney 17 ,..VVoods 11 l I Wiley 18 ............ ..C.. Wilson 5 . Eathorne 4 ...... ..G.. _. . Pearce 3 Wright ....... . . . . _ . . . . .. Fredson Subs: BremertonflMcCarty 5. Stottlebower 1, Rombcrg, Pease, . Thompson. Shelton-«Lumsben 4.] Maulden 2, Phillips, Coburn, Chase. 1 SECOND TEAMS Bremerton (42 Shelton (10) Stottlebower 16..F .......... ..Plemons 3 Romberg 11 ...... Bednarski Wright 5 ..C. .... ._ ‘Toby 3 Pease 1 ._ .. Rector Thompson 4 ...... ._G ........ ..Maulden 4 Bremerton—Kean 2, Mc- Shelton—Temple, Subs: Carty 3, Conn. .— Robinson, Collins. 5' \ Nursing Division Needs Volunteers Maids, janitors and dishwashers are needed to complete organiza-! tion of a Defense Nursing DiVi'l Sion here which will convert Lin— coln gymnasium into a 50-bed em- ergency hospital in time of neces- sity. The Defense Nursing Division} is a part of the Medical Aid com-l .' mittee under the Red Cross dis- aster relief organization headed by Dr. H. L. Kennedy. It will be staff- ed by graduate nurses. ‘ Volunteers for the positions yet' to be filled to complete the De— fense Nursing Division are asked whose telephone is 583-J. Army and Navy authorities arei seeking South American woods to l in South America .and in the West Indian Islands. Greenheart is wanted for heavy structural work iron and HOME LOANS O Convenidnt Terms ' Reasonable Rates O NO DELAY & Loan Association Title Insurance Bldg. l Shelton with the count at 2446.1 to contact Mrs. Anna Reichman, be used in building air bases both ‘ l l URN AL‘ COUNTY JO (lanes Citizens U.S._; Parents Here Since 1902 Due to the numerous questions the past few days, proprietor of put to him Phil Okano, Laundry, the i l l ! l l has asked The; Journal to point out that he andi his two brothers, Minoru Bobby. nette and Niki. all are American born Japanese and are therefore American citizens. They all possess their birth cor- tiflcates in proof. all having been born in the State of VVashiugton. Their parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. dents of the United States Since 1902 can‘t acquire American citi- lzcnship because of the law pro— hibiting citizenship to native born Orientals. The Okanos have operated the Shelton Laundry since 1926 and own the building in which the business is established. as well as their home adjoining the building on Franklin street, both of which were purchased some four years ago from M. B. Schumachcr. With the aid of Sperry, Ford. General Electric and other com- panies. the U. S. Navy has work- 'ed out the best gun-fire control system in the world-none which is almost an automaton. Our sea- men a.re very proud of their gun- nery and, as they can aim and hit a target fifteen miles away in a minute, their pride is justi- fiable. w Citron Peel l ai\d l and his two sisters, Jean-l F0" R9“ (‘mSS Mrs. 1’. E. Murphy entertained l l . 0 o. ’o’l . C‘ ' 0.. OCIAL Lincoln P.-'l'. A. Slates Food Sale The Lincoln Parent-Teachers Association will hold a food sale at the Lumbernien's Mercantile Store on Saturday, December 13. Cake, pies, puddings, jellies, etc, Bridge Club Scws her bridge club with a luncheon on Tuesday. The members do— cidcd to devote their afternoons to sewing for the Red Cross in- stead of bridge playing. Each member had guest filled a Red Okano, although having been resi— CWSS kit- fm' Chl'lsunas‘ The m‘ml‘ ‘mcmbcrs present were Mrs. John Dennis, Mrs. Paul Schlosser, Mrs, Herb Drew. Mrs. A. C. Linkletter, Mrs. Harold Kennedy, Mrs. C. H. Krcienbaum and Mrs. Charles R. Lewis. Mrs. Winston Scott and Mrs. George Cropper were guests of the club. AM ARANTH TO I MEET FRIDAY l Cigarettes and Tobacco Camels, Luckies Cigarettes &. others ctn 1.55 Wings, Avalon, Beechnut Cigarettes ctn. 1.25 George Washington Smoking Tobacco lb. 63¢ Granger Rough-cut Smoking Tobacco lb. 72¢ Prince Albert Smoking Tobacco 1—lb. tin 75¢ Velvet Brand Smoking Tobacco 1-lb. tin 75¢ Union Leader Smoking Tobacco 1-lb. tin 66¢ Amaranth officers, Order of Laurel Court. will practice Friday evening in the Masonic Temple at 7:30. Southeastern Alaska presents the tragic economic picture of an area Well able to support a thriv- ing industrial empire based upon forest resources and yet unable to accomplish such a goal on account of economic difficulties which ap— parently cannot be remedied for a_ long time. Supplies for YoUr Fruitcake Lemon or Orange Pedl, in cello .... .. l/2-lb. 16¢ in cellophane .............. .. 1—lb. Radiant Fruitcake Mix ........ ._ Fancy Oregon Walnut Meats, cello...... Fancy Walnuts, whole sections 1-Ib. cello Calif. Baby Walnuts, soft-shell Diamond Branded Walnuts, in cello 2-lbs. Large Oregon Franquettes, in cello 2-lbs. Westage Imitation Vanilla 4-oz. 5¢; 8—02. 9;: 35¢ 55¢ 50¢ 39¢ 48¢ 48¢ 1-lb. carton lb. 2-lbs. Gift tins- Dorolliy Duncan is :l fancy assortment of fine chocolates in attractive, paint— 3 ii... 1.29 '2‘ ed tins. Add some . . . . . to your shopping Fancy quality Old Enghb‘h Ema“ .‘lual't-V Flm‘st Quality list today. Tomato Catsup. brand :m kl'ait paper in kraft paper Lge. 14.0% 2-lb. glass Jars bags. 3~ll)s. bags. 3—lbs. [I Page 111196 PATIENT AT HOSPITAL Martin Petrie of Belfair was ad- mitted for medical treatment at Shelton hospital today. Buxton lily Case»; $1.00 to $2.00 FIR DRUG STORE Announcing . . . A New Agency in Shelton for UDSON CAR America’s safest automobile, awarded the official safety trophy for 1941. ASK FOR DEMONSTRATION ‘2. George Nye Phone 479 120 E. Pine YOUR CSA‘F‘EM‘IAT s-xou Ana romeo Win; A SIX. DAYS FRIDAY THRU THURSDAY NITE Van Camp's 20-iiz. tins PORK -& BEANS KITCHEN CRAFT DRIFTED SNOW tin 9¢ 1.69 99¢ Home-type flour. >19—lbs. Flour 24 ‘3 >11». suck EDWARD lb. 27¢; 2-lbs. 53¢ MAXWELL as: lb. 31¢; ’2-lbs. 60¢ Red can coffee Hills Bros. lb. 32¢; 2-lhs. 62¢ CHRISTMAS CANDY. 2-113s. 25¢ Your choice of Satin or'Broki-n mix in cellophane bags. . Red Hill v 1 Powder Sugar Brown Sugar Mince Meat 23¢ 18¢ 19¢ Hotcakes for Breakfast Sleepy Hollow Syrup 26¢ Pure cane and maple 15¢ Log Cabin Syrup .... .. 12-02. 15¢ Famous brand in tins 28¢ 24¢ Aunt Jemima. Flour pkg. 26¢ 2543—”). pkg. 10¢ Maximum Flour ...... pkg. Prepared pancake flour. Zl’g—lbs. Sperry’s Flour .......... .. pkg. Prepared pancake flour. Wig-lbs. Alber’s Flour ............ .. pkg. Alber's Peacock. 40 ounces. NAVEL ORANGES At this New Low Price Eat Lots Arizona Grapefruit Ill-lbs 39¢ Emperor Grapes .. Z-lbs. 15¢ Topped Carrots .. . 4-lbs. 10¢ Crisp Celery lb. 5¢ Brussel Sprouts. . . . 2 for 19¢ ————h—— SUPER-SUBS LIFEBUOY The health S 0 a D that leaves y o u 1' skin glowing. \ Pure g r a n u 121th soap for every pur- pose. 22—02.